Knife Painting: Create your own Ganesha

11:30 AM

The Project Cafe, Yellow house no 7, Near Polytechnic College, Ahmedabad, India 380015

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2018-09-09 11:30:00 2018-09-09 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Knife Painting: Create your own Ganesha

Bring a little art into your life this festive season.

Join us for an exciting new workshop by Vibrant Sky, as artist Bansi Shanghvi helps bring to life your own unique version of Lord Ganesha on canvas.

All you need is to bring yourself.

Everything from colors to tools such as palette knives, wooden tools, paintbrushes and, of course, the canvas for your creation will be provided.

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The Project Cafe, Yellow house no 7, Near Polytechnic College, Ahmedabad, India 380015

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Bring a little art into your life this festive season.

Join us for an exciting new workshop by Vibrant Sky, as artist Bansi Shanghvi helps bring to life your own unique version of Lord Ganesha on canvas.

All you need is to bring yourself.

Everything from colors to tools such as palette knives, wooden tools, paintbrushes and, of course, the canvas for your creation will be provided.

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Doodling along with being a great relaxing exercise, helps to improve one’s artistic skills and brings out the creative side. In this workshop let your hands do the thinking and create gorgeous doodles on ceramic plates. Workshop Details : – The workshop will give you an idea about what doodle art is and how to make doodles on a plate. -You’ll also learn to seal the art work and fix hooks to hang it on your walls. – You will get 2 plates to take at home. Note : Please carry a sketch book and your basic stationary like pencils, pens, erasers, sharpener, etc. Source : Facebook.

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Doodling along with being a great relaxing exercise, helps to improve one’s artistic skills and brings out the creative side. In this workshop let your hands do the thinking and create gorgeous doodles on ceramic plates.

Workshop Details :
– The workshop will give you an idea about what doodle art is and how to make doodles on a plate.

-You’ll also learn to seal the art work and fix hooks to hang it on your walls.

– You will get 2 plates to take at home.

Note : Please carry a sketch book and your basic stationary like pencils, pens, erasers, sharpener, etc.

Source : Facebook.

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